Remembering that correlation is not causation, it could just as easily be argued that decreasing…
Stephen Bounds

It could, although that’s not intuitively obvious. It would be interesting to pull some data from the nations that have seen substantial GDP growth over the last 2–3 decades (obviously India and China, but also Eastern Europe and SE Asia) to see the trends of their GINI indices.

Fair point.

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